turnover frequency


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turnover frequency

[′tərn‚ō·vər ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(engineering acoustics)
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Summary: Selective oxidation of benzyl alcohol was carried out using molecular oxygen under mild conditions at high turnover frequency [TOF] over palladium supported on zirconia.
(2000), "An Examination of the Relationships between Turnover Functionality, Turnover Frequency, and Organizational Performance", Journal of Business and Psychology, 15(2): 331-37.
This would indicate a region of classical HII; however, the relatively high-emission measure implied by the turnover frequency lying between 408 MHz and 1.4 GHz requires that the source have a much smaller angular size (~0.1 arcmin) than that fitted to the AMI map ([[OMEGA].sub.S140] = 242.5 x 109.3" P.A.
This study explored the relationships of turnover frequency and employee performance.
This increase in reactivity results in lower catalyst loading and higher turnover frequency of the catalyst, thereby providing a reduction in reaction time.